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Posted 2/13/2017

Students attend AICUO Independent College Day

Mercy College students (pictured below) Morgan McConnell, Amanda Morse, Alysha Rec and Audra Rec participated in the AICUO Independent College Day on February 8, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. AICUO is the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Ohio, a group that represents the interests of its members to Ohio’s lawmakers, regulators, and citizens. Mercy College students were accompanied by Deanna Vatan, Mercy College's Director of Student Life and Housing.


image of students at table at AICUO independent college day

Posted 2/3/2017

Mercy College to Host Dialogue to Change

Mercy College will be hosting Dialogue to Change on Wednesday, February 8. Students from Queen of Apostles in Toledo and St. Rose Catholic School in Perrysburg meet for four weeks to discuss racism as they have experienced it. 

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Posted 1/25/2017
By Julie Leslie

Mercy College Scholarships

Have you completed your scholarship application yet? Don't forget the deadline to apply for Fall 2017 scholarships is February 28, 2017. Only one application is necessary to be considered for all Mercy College scholarships available. Visit https://www.mercycollege.edu/tuition-aid/financial-aid/scholarship-online-application/ and apply. Please write an essay on the Mercy values and how you demonstrate them in your life, your commitment to the College's motto of compassion and caring, and an explanation of your chosen major and your perceived need for funds. This essay should be no greater than 500 words. Reminder to all nursing students - please have your nursing reference letters submitted to the financial aid office by the deadline. 

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Posted 1/18/2017
By Julie Leslie

Federal Work Study Job Openings

Toledo campus has open Federal Work Study positions for this term.  

Federal Work Study is a federally funded program and awards are earned by working for eligible employers on campus or in community service jobs.  Federal Work Study is need-based aid available to students enrolled at least half-time (must have a FAFSA on file to determine financial need).  There is no guarantee of job placement and typical jobs are approximately 10 hours per week at minimum wage (currently $8.15 per hour).

Please stop by the Financial Aid Office to complete an application and to submit your resume at your earliest convenience.  If you have any questions, please contact the financial aid office at financialaid@mercycollege.edu or (419) 251-1219.  

Posted 11/28/2016

Representative Marcy Kaptur Visits Mercy College of Ohio

Mercy College hosted Marcy Kaptur, U.S. Representative for Ohio's 9th congressional district at the Toledo campus on November 22, 2016.  

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